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That sounds like Victor Airways question.

A Victor Airway is a straight-line segment that's used to depict low-altitude civilian air traffic.

On a Sectional Chart, these show up as thick, faded blue lines that run between either two VHF omnidirectional range (VOR) stations, or a VOR and a VOR intersection.


Victor Airways are identified by a number, similar to an interstate highway (for example, a pilot could say that he/she is "flying Victor Eight").

Victor Airways are designated as Class E airspace, meaning that they extend from a base of 1,200 ft. AGL up to 18,000 ft. MSL.

So the answer to that question, it sounds like it would be 1,200 ft. AGL.

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